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Reviewed 23 July 2014 via mobile

We booked this hostel using hostel brokers and we were told it was 70 lira a night for our room but when we went to check out they had charged us 90 lira a night and said that it was 20 extra lira a night for air conditioning even though it said that was included in our original price of...

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Allendale, New Jersey
Reviewed 15 July 2012

Our room was very pleasant, spacious and comfortable for sleeping but the room was not well-designed for travelers, eg no place to hang anything. We had a patio great for sitting and gazing over a lovely valley to Mt Hasan. The breakfast included was very pleasant and our one dinner was very good. But the meals highlighted in Lonely Planet...

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Jefferson City, Tennessee
Reviewed 29 May 2012

Guzelyurt is a small, ancient town in the Cappadocia region. We were there in May, which is apparently before the main tourist season, so the town was virtually empty. There isn't much to see IN town, but the surrounding area has numerous attractions. Rock churches, underground cities and the Ihlara Valley are all within a 30 minute drive. We chose...

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Duncan, Canada
Reviewed 9 June 2011

You can walk to all the caves, churches, underground cities, nearby, and its only 12km to Ihlara Valley and its marvels so this a great 2-3 day stay. Halil`s is run by Fatih and his wife is a great cook. Price includes excellent dinner and a cold breakfast and tea when you ask for it. Rooms are modern and well...

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Bologna
Reviewed 24 August 2010

Small family-run guest house in the center of Guzelyurt (Kapadokya). Cheap and friendly, the rooms are very clean. Upstairs there is a nice terrace. The price includes dinner, in addition to breakfast... And the owner is a great chef (absolutely, the best turkish breakfast tasted in three weeks!!!) If you book by phone arm yourselves with a bit of patience,...

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Address: Yukari Mahalle Hammock Sokak No. 35, Guzelyurt, Turkey
Region: Turkey > Cappadocia > Guzelyurt
Number of rooms: 7

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